King Solomon: See the Zimbabwe man with 108 children, 25 wives

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Sekuru Tauzen Mujaji, the bedroom war horse

An 87-year-old Zimbabwe man has broken all sorts of record after it was discovered that he has 108 children from 25 women.

An 87-year-old man in Zimbabwe who has 108 children from 25 women and 10 wives has described himself as a bedroom machine who is not ready to stop having children.

iHarare reports that the octogenarian, Sekuru Tauzen Mujaji, from the Chipinge South in Zimbabwe, holds the record of having fathered the children from his wife and other women in a space of 43 years.

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Mujaji of the Shangani tribe was born in 1930 and had traditional challenges that resulted in him only being able to have his first child in 1974 when he was 44.

 

The only child in his family, Mujaji told reporters that he a bedroom machine and that it always been his desire to have many children despite the challenges he has in raising them and giving them the good things of life.

With the record 108 children and boasting of having slept with more than 50 women in his lifetime, Mujaji says he does not use any enhancements or drugs to help him with his fertility, adding he still feels strong to have more children if he finds people to help him support his family.

Many of Mujaji’s wives also confessed he has such a strong man when it comes to sex and is still irresistible even at his age.

 

At the moment, Mujaji has ten wives and thirty-five children enrolled in school while many of the children have migrated to South Africa in search of greener pastures.

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A local member of Parliament representing Mujaji's constituency, Comrade Enock Porusingazi who donated an assortment of food stuff to the family with the help of the Manicaland Minister of State, Mandi Chimene, says the family needs financial support as well as land for farming.



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